We keep “seeing” more motherboards, and this time it’s the MSI MPG X670E Carbonof which we only see the heatsink of part of the VRM, and confirmation that this chipset is linked to next-gen connectivity, highlighting in this case the M.2 port for next-gen storage units with PCI Express 5.0 interface.

MSI MPG X670E Carbon

Beyond the visual aspect, which does not have much to comment on, we at least know that the MSI MPG X670E Carbon offers a generous VRM of 18+2 power stages to deliver up to 90A of power to the AMD AM5 socket, slightly higher than the 80A generated by the leaky Asus PRO X670-P WIFI with a VRM of 14+2VRMS, something obvious since it is not intended for gamers or overclockers.

We also know everything about the rear connectivity, such as the fact that it has two video outputs in the form of an HDMI 2.1 + DisplayPort 1.4 HB3 to support 4K @ 120 Hz, we have an Ethernet port @ 2.5 Gbps, WiFi 6E + Bluetooth, 4x USB 3.0 ports, 2x USB-C and audio jacks. We have to remember which will be tomorrow when AMD Ryzen 7000 processors are announcedso a wave of motherboards will also be introduced to bring it to life.

via: video cardz